Extreme Activities That You Can Do During Vacation in Bali

Everybody knows Bali, the best tourist destination in the world. Bali offers the beautiful beaches, amazing panorama, unique cultures, delicious traditional food and many more. But if you often visit to Bali, maybe you need something “new “in your experience. Do you know there are many extreme activities which can pump your adrenaline in this island? The following 5 extreme activities which can pump your adrenaline that you must try when traveling to this island of God.

1. Paragliding in Timbis Beach


Do you want to fly like bird on the sky of Bali Island and see beautiful view? You should try paragliding if you want to fly like bird. Every year, from May through to October, the southerly trade winds blow in off the Indian Ocean and allow for a 12 kilometer flight above the beautiful turquoise sea. Take off from the top of a cliff and enjoy a bird’s eye view of Southern Bali from Nusa Dua to Uluwatu. There are a number of operators that offer tandem flights and special deals so you can have your pick of seasoned professionals to fly with.

2. Canyoning in Gitgit Waterfall

Gitgit Waterfall is about 11 kilometers from the township of Singaraja. Featuring a number of amazing waterfalls and one of that has 40 meter high, it is a popular spot for tourists to fell happy as part of a tour. But why photograph something from a distance when you can experience it up close and personal? Gitgit is a great canyoning spot for those looking for a bit of everything. If you like to test your physical endurance and agility, canyoning combines rock climbing, river trekking, cliff jumping and abseiling in one. Add some water slides, natural springs and amazing scenery and you have yourself a perfect Bali adventure.

3. Rafting in Telaga Waja


If, like all good adrenalin holiday makers, you are looking for some river rapids, Sungai Telaga Waja (Telaga Waja River) is the place to go. The level in this river is 3 – 4 level rapid and offer extreme rafting with beautiful scenery of the rain forest, rice terrace, stone cliffs and waterfalls. You can enjoy the natural scenery along the river with the rapids very challenging even at the finish point you will encounter rapids as high as 5 meters. If you like it wild, makes sure you plan your trip during wet season (November to March) as heavy rainfall means a more extreme experience.

4. Jumping Cliff & Slide in Aling-Aling Waterfall

Aling-aling waterfall is located at Buleleng Regency or 3 hours from I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport. It is new destination in Bali which has amazing view. There is a waterfall slide and two jumps you can do here. One jump is from a 12 meter high cliff and the other from 16 meters. If you want to more safety, you can use life jacket because it’s can be dangerous. Beside of that, this place offers some trek for you trekking in there and has nice panorama of the nature. I believe it will be the best experience during spent your holiday in Bali. So, let jump and slide in this nice waterfall!

5. ATV Ride In Ubud

ATV is the most challenging adventures to explore the pure natures of Bali with tropical atmosphere surround it. The adventure will bring you to the exciting experiences by driving special vehicle of ATV to penetrate obstacles such as muddy ground, the bushes, small river and etc. The vehicles are specially designed for hard track which are very easy to use in wet condition, muddy and reliable control to maneuver jumps. These adventures offer you the great opportunity to experience free driving in the pure tropical nature with beautiful panorama surround it. You also can explore the Ubud’s topical atmosphere.

I think that’s all about the extreme game that you can try and do during you spend your vacation in Bali. I believe your trip will be more awesome and you will get many unforgettable experiences that you never get in the other places.


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    1. thank you very much 🙂

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